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THE MORNING ASTORIAN. ASTORIA. OREGON.
SATURDAY DECEMBE ij, 1905.
lull record of all ptMMjn
thi port on the San Francisco linen
for California; that thex lint i alway
available to tha public (ad the news-
f ' , 1 ' paper, reporters) ; that the Senator AX
' I not carry away from .tria on her
Utest News of Maritinc Interest' last, tumultuou voyage ' any ' fifteen
) Tcrjtlv Told j pMiangett that he took on board here
, .just three ealoon paswnger and one
. ' j teerye pasM-n-eT; (hat the diatch
j published in the Ator5an of yesterday
' .in these particular ami it comment
BUND HORSE TAKES PLUNGE i t hereon, were ""immaterial, irrelevant
' j and misleading" ami calculated to do
the ollice an injustice. The A-tori.m
j i glad to know this ,aiid mvs o un
left Standing oa Dock at Ladue'o Land . hesitatingly,
ing and Accidentally WaKa Off Into 1
leaving get away on the early flood thl morn
I ing for Tillamook llay point. Nlr. and
Mis Miller, the Oregon City couin.
who intend to go with her and W mar
ried on the high M-aa liy Captain
Schroder, have ataid with her during all
tlie long delay, and it U hoped their
happine ill be mad complete ly the
genial captain a eoon a lie ha pael
t'ie "three-mile" limit thin morning,
Tlie Klmore will pick up the whuoiter
l.ogan now heating off thi Tillamook
bar and tow her in. On her outward
trip hhe will tow the echooiter Marion
Sim with Wagon toad of Christmas
j Supplier Animal la Sated.
TO FEDERALIZE PILOTS.
Representative ltrownlow, f Tenne
we, introducel a bill in Congreiw, which
provide "That the government, licens
ing and controlling of all pilots through
out the I'nited State on bays inleta,
j river, harbor and porta of the United
j State. Wretofoie eereied by tVvar
I iou slate wherein Mich pilot may W,
ehall W placed solely in the I'nited
The tteamer Lurline threw her line
. - ... . .
author here before 4 o'clock yesterday
afternoon and got away for Portland
again at 7 o'clock, well fixed above and
below ataire.' Captain Lark in tell a 1 State, steamboat inspection -eervk, and
atory of yesterday'e trip that will berth rnitwl SutM wvi statute' aa
repeating. While the Lurline wa tied j to the vwniwnt of pilot ahall apply
Up at the dock at Ladue landing on j to l,i,ot now lknsed by the varioua
th Washington ahore yeterday morn-j8,,e ""nJ n Plota. heretofore
ing, a party by name of S. J. Johnson Kcenved by authority of the kw of
THISTLE A WRECK.
News i at hand of the -total lot of
the Hi it bark ThUtle, Captain E.
hngland, commanding, which left this
port on Saturday, SeptemWr 30th, la,
bound for Poit Pirie, New South Wale,
with 21l,22 feet of lumber. The di
patchea mv tlie Thistle atruck on Palm
eistoa Inland, in Polynesia, on Xoveru
Wr 8th, last, and i a total km. None
of her crew were huit nor kt
drove on to the pier with a one-horse
wagon comfortably loaded with cold
turkey, groceries and barn food stuff,
and having business in tlie landing office
the. driver east down hi line and
passed In-ide to attend to Jiis affairs,
and, incidentally warm himself after
cold drive. The horse, however, had
notions of his own about such one sided
busine, and took up a line of march
011 bis own account, and being stone
blind and unfamiliar with the pior(
walked off it delilieratelv, into the
Columbia river1 twelve feet below. Ik-
took the wagon and ita load along with
him. Luckily the water wliere he took
his plunge was hardly mora than four
feet deep, but he succeeded in smash
ing the wagon into flinders and netting
everything afloat that wouMnt ainL
Th horse was taken out, cold, but un
injured akd Mr. Jolinxon mourns his
Christmas groceries and hu ruined
any state hll be permitted to practk
their. profession as though they hud
been licenced by virtue of the laws of
the United State.
APOLOGY Iff ORDER.
The Astorian is informed by Agent
fl. W. Roberts, of the O. R. A N Com
pany, that his agency does maintan a
TW splendid French bark Asie. Cap
tain Trelliard on the bridge, eighty-sis
day out from Holiart Town. croed in
over the Columbia bar yesterday after
noon under the pilotoge of Captain
MattWws of the bar service. It took
both tlie Tatoosh and tlie Walulla to
bring her in against the heavy ebb, but
tWy rmt her at her harbor anchorage
in tlie lower bay in good fashion. Cap
tain Trelliard reports nothing of un
common interest on the voyage save
tlie long-drawn monotony of it. All
are yell on board. . She ha leen cff
this port for the past seven days and
will take first towage" to Port bind,
where i-he is under charter to the P.
& A. people, to load grain for the Far
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM
The lightship tender Heather came in
yesterday from a cruise, jj Pnget Sound.
. Tlie Columbia should dock here early
this morning, on her way to San Fran
were noted, M.
!V-t, and M. J. IWIe,
S. ISennett, (i.
OFF THIS MORNING.
The steamer . Sue II. Klmore which
has been bar-bound for a week will
The motor schooner Delia. Cantain
Jensen, loaded and got away for Ne
halum yesterday afternoon.
Tlie FA'iuh baik Ilnclie, Captain
lananjean. is due down from Portland
this morning on the tow lines of the
Harvest Queen. She is grain hi den for
The schooner Ik-ulah, from San Diego,
wa sighted off the Cohnnbia bar yes
terday afternoon and will enter port
steamer Homer came in from
Francisco yesterday morning and after
a short stop at the 0. R. 4 N. pier, pro
ceeded at once to Portland.
The barkentine John Ilmcr, from
P. A. STOKBS
P. A. STOKBS
Practical Presents for
US D AY
Come to us for your
holiday purchases where
we have exclusive styles
at modest pricesi Assort
House Coats, Bath
Robes, Dressy Gloves,
Neckwear, Fancy Sus.
penders, Kid Gloves, Suit
. P P
P. A. STOKE
December 23 as 8 o'clock
the drawing' for the
r.laonificent Malleable Steel Prize Range
Takes Place at the Foard & Stokes Company in the
Dry Goods Department, Will you be the lucky one.
Ijj . jjj- 'n , ; - 1 1 ' -y
Jr tKie'll . 'ti I p Liiinii4 rl IV
A V lU ,1 I L 1 r
You have just a few days more
in which to secure coupons. A
number free with every
Are you ttill puzzled over what
that Xmaa gift will beT Then
pay our store a visit and we will
olve the. myatery for you.
Wouldn't one of these auggea
tiona be about the thing?
For- the Lady
A Dainty Silk Vai-t....Moi5
A Handsome Hand Png..ito ;
A Fur Neck Scarf 75Ctotaj
A beautiful Silk or
Sateen Petticoat $i to I25
Or a Pretty Handker
chief at from 5c to a
In any of the above mentioned
line our aortment i- complete.
W'a also ahow a very large line
of Toya, DolU, etoi
Where the New Thing
.Make Their Debut
we. mm & mM a
; ' , Astoria's Greatest Store. Where the New thing Make Their Debut.
Kan Pedro wa hovering around the bar
yesterday evening and will cro in to
day, wind and tide crniitting.
Tlie Yaguard, Captain Al. IVard. i
buy ddng bay work fur the t'allender
people these day. She ha lx-en er-
hauled and look an eiky i 11 new
Captain Iluiley and leel, of the Iwr
ttig aervn-e were alxut tlie buict mm
ulhut in local water c-tefljv, brenk-
ing up the bar-Uiund licet and getting
it to e.K
Purser C. M. Fowler, tf the Lurline,
wlio hu lcen taking a thirty-day lay
oir, went up to Portland on tlml steam
er la-t nig'it. He will resume bin dexk
alward, on January lt.
The French bark FIuiond Ro'trind
will reach this port from l'irthind on
the hawnei'K of the (iklahmna (mr
time tolay. S!ie U hml'sl witli IixkI
itulT for European delivery. .
The ntcaimr It-dondo got down from
Portland, en route to San Francisco,
jtint in time to join the pnxe-Nion of
fourteen ve-r! t hat cleared the Imr
on yesterday mortiing'a Hmh1 tide.
Fourteen hi earner and windjammer
crossed out over the Coliimhia bar yc
terJay, leaving but one vene there,
the bark Fairopc, who bud to wiit her
turn for towing and waa too late in
making it on the day tide. She will get
out t'li morning curly if all i- favor
Captain lliarle Jordan, of the uteaiii-
er .Ionian, brought over the following
people yettterday, to do eome Oirint man
Nhopping, and visiting, in Antoria:
A. Campbell and Mr. II. Ni-troni, from
Skamokawa; Mi Adah Jordan, hi
counin and -Mr. Cliarle Jordan, bin
wife, and Mr. CWU-a Varrl!n, from
Cathlamet; and William Dixon, from
Tlie oil-tank hteamer Whitticr came
down from Portland yesterday mom-
ing and went directly to aca. The tew-
ard, J. P. Wallace, who win xo ladly
jammed by the ea on the Columbia Iwr
on her up trip, i htill at St. JIary'a
HoHpital iiere, and not well enough to
rejoin her thin voyage. He will prob
ably go aboard on her return from Han
The Callcnder Navigation Company I
contemplating putting it entire bay
fleet, tha Jordan, Melville, Vanguard,
Wenona and Cruier, under oil fuel
equipment in the near future; the Jor
dan being meaured yesterday in thit
behalf. She will be the flrat to under
go the change, and tlie aucoea attending '
ner change will govern the company in 1
Come and help the McthodUt Church
Wednesday ni'ht and incidcntaly give
yourwlf a treat. For the concert will
lie worth heating. AdmUtion 60 cent.
Hot drinka and aandwicbri at Iloef
J)0 t3he iju
IN THE LATEST STYLE
MAKE A MOST DESIRABLE
CHRISTMAS PRESENT FOR
ANY LADY IN ASTORIA.
WE HAVE FIFTEEN DIS
TINCT STYLES AND MAKE
THE JANUARY CLOSING OUT
t20.00 for . .v $15.00
$18 and $17.50 for 12.00
A HAIR 8AIR
that grow In popularity.
Newhro'a llerplcide, popularly kaown
a. tlie ORK ' ' : f
the dandruff ,.', t .
mm iirilant 1 m : ; ,1 .
for the alj . ' n . v ' 1
falling hair ' 1 - . (.- t
dr.troying If' .ajJRC
llerplcide ,-., . -fc-Towth
and by keeping tha aealp clean
41 ml wlioleme itcliing of tha clp
to, dandruff ciae and tha hair
gn a. t.ature InUnd.d. MarvlMi
te.ulu follow tfie U- of llerplcide. A
a toil. t dreing It i imnmparable, for
il i a pure antiseptic eontaioing :o oil,
dje, .aliment or ticly iiibitance. Send
o In htaniM for omole Ui Th
liijiice Couipiiny, jit.
Mi. li. '
$12.00 for 8.50
WE CAN NOT IMPRESS YOU
TOO STRONG WITH THE VAL
UES AND GREAT SEDUC
TIONS IN THESE COATS. '
Of Inteteat to Clergy.
Tha Atorla A Columbia Hlvcr I'.atit
roud Co., having been granted member
hlp in the Tram Continental Orgy
lliiieau, tha nam. of that company will
appear in the clergy application b'anka
and clergy certificate Unted by tha
bureau for IWKJ, and commencing Jnu- -ary
lt, of tha coming year. TIh-m
permit wilt Imi honored by all arfontt
of the A. A C. R. It., tbu alimlmting
the Individual Imlf-fart permit Uni'd
by that company in former year. He
quet fur official application blaaU
hoiild be nmde to J. C, Mayo, gnra!
paaoenger agent, Antorla.
In Mad Chaie.
Milllnna riiah In mad rJiaw. after
heallh, from one extreme of faddUin !
another, when, if they wo-ild only tat
good food, and keep tfielr bowela regu
lar with Dr. Klng'a Ke, ijf mu,
their troublca would all paa and quick
cure for liver and atoma.h trouble 2"9
at Charle Rogera, dmg atorej guaranteed.
The most gorgemtgowmd woman will
look tho part of a Ibh woman If her
walk niinulatca that.
Ji t5fie tsj
Kinc of All Cough Medidnci.
Mr. E. 0. Caae, a mail carrier of Can
ton Center, Conn., ho ha been In the
U. 8. lervlea for about mteeu yar,
yo. "We havo tried many eoueH
medicine for croup, but Chambetlain'a
cough remedy i king of all and on to
bo relied upon overy time. Wo 1I-0
! find It tho lci,t reme.ly for cough and
cold giving certain result and leir
; lnK '1 ofler elTecla." For eale If
Frank Hart and leading dmgji-t..
i A llimlue bride I annolnled frlm head
to foot with greae and affron.
IIollitiV Hociy Mounuaini Tn I i
imply liquid electricity. It go to j
every part of your body, bringing near t
blood, atrength and new vigor. It make I
v.m -l wd keen, you well, as
ma matter ot tlie oilier.
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